Kantola tastes yummy when salted and shallow fried with oil. With no prep you can prepare them in minutes. Makes a simple, easy to prepare side dish for lunch.
Tender bamboo shoots are a favourite among Konkani's. Keerla chakko/sukke is a dry, spicy coconut based side dish prepared with tender bamboo shoots.
Stir fries are called as upakari in konkani. Upakaris are very easy to prepare, make a simple, healthy, side dish with a flavourful seasoning.
Make boring idlis interesting by frying and making them crispy. Kids as well as adults will love these crispy idlis. Best way to empty any leftover idli. ;-)
Bored of all types of maggi?? Here's a recipe for yummy, soupy noodles. All you need to do is make few modifications and make yummy tasting maggi.
Lemon saaru is tangy, spicy, lemony, soup like curry with a flavourful seasoning. The simplest saaru you can make in 3 minutes is limbiye saaru.
The okra is cooked and seasoned with garlic to make a yummy side dish to go with rice. This is my MIL's recipe passed onto her by her granny.
Masala corn is a favourite Indian street food. This chaat is sold in small road side stalls. Make this healthy, yummy, quick snack through this recipe.
Duddali is a popular konkani dessert. Jelly-like arrow root duddali is like panna cotta that's set. These duddalis just melt in your mouth and are lovely to eat
Mangalore buns are sweet, super fluffy & super soft. Buns are delicious & are a very popular tea time snack, breakfast from Udupi-Mangalore region.